Arches UK User Group Meeting 2021

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Cakebread, Stuart

Dec 2, 2020, 11:56:34 AM12/2/20

Hello everyone,


It has been busy year in the world of Arches, launches of new sites and V.5 etc., so we were thinking that now we are all getting comfortable with using Zoom or MS Teams it would be a good time to try to arrange our next UK meeting early next year as we were not able to meet this year. 


So, if you are working on a UK based project implementing Arches and would like to attend please let me know, particularly if you would like to give a presentation on your project. 


Towards the end of December I will send out a doodle poll to work out a date for the meeting, hopefully in early Spring. 


All the best,






Stuart Cakebread BA MSc PCIfA| Greater London Historic Environment Record Manager - Greater London Archaeological Advisory Service | Regional Delivery: London and South East | Direct Line: 020 7973 3731
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Dec 3, 2020, 4:25:10 AM12/3/20
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Hey Stuart,

Great idea, we'd very much like to join with others on Zoom or Teams.  We'd also be up for giving a 15 mins or so presentation on our project to go live with Arches in March 2021 for the Isle of Man Historic Environment Record.  A good way to share where we're at and our roadmap for the next 3 years.  

We'll keep an eye out for the doodle poll later this morning - nice one.


Collections Information Manager
Manx National Heritage
Isle of Man
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